Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Interview With David Kay Snider In Support of Ed Brown

David Kay Snider hails from northeast Oregon. He called to make a comment on the key points in the brief interview I made yesterday with Aaron Russo. Before I made this audioblog I typed his words verbatim vis a vis this "Ed Brown Due Process Standoff."

"They are refusing to allow references to constitutional issues in the courts. They are refusing to allow the admission of Supreme Court decisions relevant to the case and they are denying us the ability to call equally and competent/educated expert witnesses to testify before the jury."

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Anonymous George Vreeland Hill said...

The entire United States Government is guilty of the tax crimes they are blaming Ed and Elaine Brown for.
When I think about it, why should the Brown's or anyone for that matter pay any taxes at all?
After all, much of the tax money we are made to give the government winds up being wasted and/or used improperly.
For example, the FBI wasted over $170 million dollars on a computer overhaul project (started in 2001) that was supposed to give them an instant and paperless way to manage criminal and terrorism cases.
That project was called Virtual Case File, and it was so inadequate and outdated that a new computer system project had to be started from scratch at a much higher cost to taxpayers.
The new system named Sentinel, even had problems.
In 2005, Randolph Hite, director of IT architecture and systems issues at the Government Accountability Office, wrote in a letter that the FBI should proceed with Sentinel, and cautioned that problems likely will surface because of a lack of an enterprise architecture plan.
The Sentinel project's cost is $425 million dollars and will not be running at full capacity until late 2009.
This is your tax money.
Here is an eye-opener:
The cost of the war in Iraq has cost the taxpayers more than $359 billion dollars.
According to a Yahoo Internet news source on January 18, 2007, that means with that same money, you could provide total health care and insurance for more than 215 million children a year.
Or, you could hire 6,224,739 schoolteachers for a year.
Or, you could provide more than 17 million full four-year college scholarships.
When Bush started this war on the people of Iraq, their country had nothing to do with terrorists.
The many terrorists around the world were not welcome in Iraq.
Saddam did not even like or trust bin Laden.
Yet, Bush said this is a war on terror.
Iraq is now a haven for terrorists.
This is your tax money.
In 2003, the Department of the Treasury’s 2003 Financial Report of the United States Government has a short section titled “Unreconciled Transactions Affecting the Change in Net Position.”
The unreconciled transactions are funds for which auditors cannot account.
Those funds totaled $25 billion dollars.
The government knows that $25 billion was spent by someone, somewhere, on something, but auditors do not know who spent it, where it was spent, or on what it was spent.
That missing money is your tax money.
Also ....
Between 1997 and 2003, the Defense Department purchased and then left unused approximately 270,000 commercial airline tickets at a total cost of $100 million.
The Defense Department once uncovered its own credit card scandal.
Over an 18-month period, Air Force and Navy personnel once used govern­ment-funded credit cards to charge at least $102,400 for admission to entertainment events, $48,250 for gambling, $69,300 for cruises, and $73,950 for exotic dance clubs and prostitutes.
The CIA has leak scandals that costs tax money.
Congress wastes money.
This branch of government wastes money, and that branch of government wastes money.
Every branch of government is wasting your tax money.
Your tax money is being wasted so badly, that even many towns and cities across the country will use up their construction and other supplies at the end of every year even if they have a lot left over so they can say they need more money for the next year because they don't want to "run out" again.
More money means your tax money.
If I wrote about all the tax money that is being wasted, I would never leave my computer.
So why should the Brown's or anyone else pay taxes?
The money that the government takes for taxes is being wasted.
That is the real crime.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Bill Morse wants Ed and Elaine Brown to go to jail, but it is Morse who should go to jail for defending the government.
Thank you for reading this.
I am,
George Vreeland Hill

6:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is reasonable for Americans to pay tax as long as the tax money is reasonably used for the good of America.

There should be laws passed defining how the people's tax money is to be spent. And there should be an audit every year, and a record of the results of the use of Americans tax money.

Politicians don't appreciate the tax money, to them it is gotten to easily. They need to be held more accountable for their actions and results, otherwise Your Fired.

Also the dollar should be backed by gold this would limit how much the Fed could issue.

US Gov. you give the impression that you can do anything you want,
you can't, you serve the Will of the People of the US.

The politicians, the bankers, multinational corporations, all look at this as a big game, they all know each other and work together. This goes on in all countries, not just the US.

The people of the world are waking up. Your rein of delusion is ending.

9:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another audioblog that makes the tax protestor movement look nuts.

10:54 PM  
Blogger Jim Paulson said...

David Kay Snider states that the federal courts are trying our cases outside of the Article III courts which are the Citizens' courts. Instead, we are being railroaded in courts that belong and have jurisdiciton ONLY over those who appear to be federal employees or federal citizens.

This is another reason why there should be an active movement in each community and state to demand judicial reform so that we can once again have true courts of justice.

I urge everyone to study, start and/or support a movement seeking to cause court and judicial reform. See http://jail4judges.org

In the meantime, I hope everyone will watch the feature film America: Freedom to Fascism and pray for a safe and equitable outcome for the Browns in New Hampshire.

9:17 AM  

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